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eastern tonight on cnn. carol costello joins us from the "ne "newsroom." >>> hillary clinton says she is to blame. >>> and second debate will be moderated by cnn's candy crowley. mitt romney won the big coin toss. will president obama try to be more aggressive? >>> chris clooey, pro football player and political activist. >> to me that's flat out discrimination, the same as segregation or suffrage. >> on same sex marriage and paying more taxes and why he's so darn political. newsroom starts now. >>> and good morning to you. i'm carol costello. thank you very much for joining us. 12 hours before the big debate tonight and hillary clinton throws the president a lifeline. secretary of state taking full responsibility for the death of the u.s. ambassador to libya and three other americans. >> i take responsibility. i'm in charge of the state department, 60,000 plus people all over the world, 275 posts. the president and the vice president certainly wouldn't be knowledgeable about specific decisions that are made by security professionals. they're the ones who weigh all the threats and the
with carol costello begins now. welcome back from vacation. >> thanks so much, soledad. good morning. stories we're watching in the "newsroom," round two, obama and romney. tomorrow night's debate, do or die. >>> plus this -- >> sometimes you have to get up really high to see how small you are. i'm going home now. >> amazing. a free fall from near outer space reaching 833 miles per hour. felix baumgartner blazes past the speed of sound and into the history books. >>> e-refund. e-book readers rejoice. a refund check might be in the mail. >>> and yankee pain. first a-rod. then jeter. now empty seats? it's bad when you can't sell out a playoff game. a playoff game. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. thank you so much for being with us. i'm carol costello. we start with round two. the big presidential debate. you guessed it. you will not see mitt romney or the president on the campaign trail today. because the clock is ticking. romney in massachusetts prepping for the debate. obama in virginia. it is their last full day to get ready for the big night to
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the economy. >> i agree. "cnn newsroom" starts right now with carol costello. >>> stories in the "newsroom," deadly hurricane sandy on track to mix with a huge winter storm. where and when could it hit? >>> breaking news on the health of our economy. new measure of what our economy produces. we're live to tell you what that means. >>> todd akin and richard mourdock better watch out. tina fey is coming after them. why the comedian says their rape comments will make her lose her mind. >>> not fast enough to beat the throw home. ooh, world series nail biter. newsroom starts right now. >>> we have to start with news on our economy. breaking news. the country's gross domestic product picking up steam, growing by 2% in the the last quarter. that is better than most economists had had predicted. the gdp is our broadest measure of economic health, helping to move that number forward, a boost to consumer spending, housing market in recovery and increased defense spending. we'll have much more on this in about 15 minutes. >>> let's talk weather now. a massive and deadly hurricane sandy could slam in
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that bounce. carol in florida. carol? carol? >> caller: hello? >> hey, how are you? >> caller: i just want you to know -- >> no, no, it's chris berman. >> sell, sell, sell! >> dell, no. they don't have it. they're on the populist. bring the cart. and that, ladies and gentlemen, the conclusion of the "lightning round"! >> the "lightning round" is sponsored by td ameritrade. >>> coming up, sale in aisle 4? the brands of b and g foods probably have a room in your portfolio. don't miss cramer's exclusive with the ceo. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. oh, hey alex. just picking up some, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup pl
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this sunday. >> and the wizards look to end the preseason on a high note. carol maloney has that and more in your "sports mint." >>> good morning. i'm carol maloney. your sports mint begins with redskins injury news. friday was a good day for london fletcher. he finally got back on the practice field. >> i was encouraged today. felt good to get out there and run around. stiff, still another 48 hours before the game day. so hopefully i'll keep improving. >> london is being listed as questionable with balance issues and a hamstring injury. he is the iron man of the nfl with appearances in 231 consecutive games. that streak in jeopardy on sunday. >>> wizards' final preseason game taking on the spurs. earl barren posts a double double 12 points 10 rebounds. playing well with nene and serafin out. it's not enough. spurs 26 fast break points to the wizards' two. san antonio wins, 100-85. wizards finished the preseason with a 3-5 record. >>> college football saturday. terps visit boston college. freshman caleb rowe making his first start in that one. howard takes a trip to orangeburg, south caro
. carole, thank you for ibeing here. >> it must have been fascinating. >> absolutely it is wonderful because what i like to do is pretend that they hired me as their coach. for each candidate and say after this debate i am going to coach you for the next one of what would i say. >> let us start with mitt romney let us take a look at wednesday's video. >> some of these gestures? >> he is gesturing out side the box of his body. that is fine because he has a lot of energy but if i were coaching cam is to watch that. do not get much bigger and to not let those gestures of of your shoulder because it starts to looked erratic instead of energetic. you have those gestures if you really are coupled with some that are toned down a bit. a bit more. >> people are confident. >> they definitely would say that he is confident, and well assured. >> this is another one from mitt romney that you wanted to address. >> he did a lot of swing. and without contained energy he started to bounce the shoulders. and the type of executive you want to keep even shoulders. and that energy but you want to have co
to carol. >> i am glad. one reason i am supporting president obama is that i have the feeling he is grounded in the real world and as i said in researching dr. biden, i found out that she has children and we have a lot in common. got married in the 1970's, had children in the 1980's. we both have been educators. i started teaching in minneapolis in 1970 and taught mostly in the inner city. in 2004 i retired. she began as a high school english teacher and in her time she taught as a psychiatric hospital for adolescents which had to be a challenging assignment. later she moved on to teach at community colleges and still works as a professor at a community college. i found a blog entry from 2008. apparently she sat in on a conference call and one of the participants said i can't remember when i have interviewed a public figure who sounded so much like the people i work with every day, and of course that's probably because i am a teacher. some of that made me feel that she kind of knows what it's like to be in a classroom with 25 to 30 kids and have to play it by ear. jill biden beli
? we found carol enjoying the sand of bethany beach. she is spending her first off- season living here. for her, talk of a perfect storm is upsetting. >> i love that the way it is. i hate to see it disappear. >> she remembers the scenes from a hurricane turned nor'easter in november to 009. -- 2009. it virtually wiped out the beach and there was widespread flooding from the bay side as the high wind pushed the high tide at inland. it took more than two years to rebuild the beach and sand dunes. tonight, there was fear it would happen again. this person is running a boardwalk toy store for the weekend. that concerns me because i have not been down the beach for any of the storms. we have always been in land more and i will be concern for the stores. >> this person owns for apparel shops. >> concerned that it may do some damage. >> for now, she is hopeful that sandy will take some peach and sand dunes but leave the buildings alone, like the storm she says haoles have. >> -- but the storms always have. >> not once have we had any water damage, so hopefully this will be the same. >> behind
not screened beforehand and moderator carol simpson walked through the crowd and had no idea what each person would ask tonight. >> governor clinton. >> i think i remember the question. and, let me say first of all, i want to answer your specific question but first of all we all agree there should be a growing economy. what you have to decide is who has got the best economic plan. bill: shades of yesterday. martha: boy, oh, boy. bill: like oprah style. martha: how about that hair? bill: how about it? that debate helped propel clinton to the white house and the town hall format has been used ever since. ross perot took 19% of the national vote. remember fox news is america's election headquarters. tune in later tonight, 8:55 p.m. eastern prime time. bret and megyn lead our coverage tonight. martha: looking forward to that tonight. thousands of voters in georgia lining up in the hours of this week, early hours to cast their election ballots because they're starting early voting there. despite the fact there are two more presidential debates go, these voters say they're done, their minds are mad
locals asking questions. the first town hall presidential debate was back in 1992. journalists carol simpson moderated it. in fact, she was the first woman to moderate a presidential debate of any kind. she says the town hall format gives voters more of a voice. >> i think it's to let the people ask their questions, and you will find that they are not the questions that we in the press are interested in and ask about. they are very parochial issues like my school and my taxes and my healthcare. >> shepard: tonight's debate expected to last 90 minutes and include a dozen questions from the local audience. friends and family of the late pennsylvania senator arlen specter today gathered in his home state to lay him to rest. the long-time lawmaker died over the weekend after a long battle with non-hodgkin's lymphoma. he was 82 years old, had served three decades in the senate moderate in an increasingly partisan country. among his colleagues playing respects joe biden. after the funeral motorcade escorted senator specter's body to his burial site outside philadelphia. both campaigns roll
an unlicensed daycare. police found six children under the age of 2 inside the manassas home of carol lupe and say three kids were unattended. investigators believe her 16- year-old daughter was often forced to work long hours caring for the children. lupe is facing four counts. >>> the search continues for a fairfax county teenager tonight. 17-year-old brian glenn has been missing since monday morning. he was last seen dropping his younger brother off at woodson high school. police found his car about 1/2- mile away near fayette park. sky fox overhead today as investigators combed the area for clues. they reviewed surveillance video from a nearby dunkin' donuts. there was a receipt in glenn's car timestamped 8 a.m. monday morning. >>> a live look outside, comfortable, looks like we'll see some changes as the weekend rolls in and rolls out of town. sue palka in the weather center with those details. >> i would describe them as dramatic changes, too brian, but tonight things are looking very good. we'll show you our temperatures around the region. first of all, no fog and no showers to deal
in the presidential election here. just on friday, i spoke with carol hunter. she is the senior news director of the paper. she very much so agreed with me. iowa up for grabs. >> it's pretty much like ohio in that it's very much a toss-up state. all the polls are showing it pretty much dead even. there's a rasmussen report out that has them both at 48%. the rolling averages are all within the margin of error. it's just going to be close, close, close, right down to the wire. and how precious those six electoral votes are just shows how close the entire national campaign is. >> mitt romney spent saturday focusing on florida. he had three, count 'em, three separate events there just yesterday. today romney is in ohio with vice presidential candidate paul ryan. and in florida, romney kept hammering home his message of a failed passed four years. >> he's asked what he's going do to get this economy going. we've had four debates, three presidential, one vice presidential. have you heard him lay out a plan yet as to what he's going to do to get this economy going? >> no! >> he wants four more years
? >> toe truth to tell mike carol says it's the kind of case a supreme court might prefer politicians to resolve because the law is so murky. >> it would be best if congress really weighed many. the court is faced with a really difficult job here because the text of the statute really seems to be hard to reconcile. >> if any of this sounds familiar for you, it may be because the court recently tackled a similar case, but the opinion ended up a tie vote with justice kagin recusing herself due to the role she played mr. it when she was solicitor general. this time, though, she is expected to participate. brook. >> joe, thank you. joe johns for us in washington. >>> coming up here, candy crowley, host of cnn's "state of the union." we'll talk to ler about hurricane sandy and how it's affecting the presidential race ask how that may play out. also, about some recent key newspaper endorsements and whether they really even matter. that's next. e. [ male announcer ] dayquil doesn't treat that. huh? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus rushes relief to all your worst cold symptoms, plus it re
adjusting to new textures. it's good to make sure the foods are soft, smooth and small. >> i'm carol costello. thanks for joining me today. we continue now with ashleigh banfield. >> same players, same issues, absolutely different format, whole new ball game. what a show at hofstra university as president obama faced off with mitt romney for what you might call 90 minutes of political fireworks last night. you can be forgiven if you thought you were watching a showdown because the second presidential debates was worlds away from the first one two weeks ago. this time the president and the governor brought intensity and energy unlike the first time around. the exchanges were bruising. both candidates taking every opportunity to go on the attack. president obama more aggressive, out to make up ground after a flat first performance and mitt romney standing his ground, hoping to keep his momentum going. take a look. >> i don't think anyone really believes that you're a person who is going to be pushing for oil and gas and coal. you'll get your chance in a moment. i'm still speaking. and
. thank you, carol. >>> doug's back with a new look at hurricane sandy. . >>> we're going to be talking about this approaching storm all weekend long. >> yeah. >> why are we so sure, doug, that it's definitely coming here? i mean, why can't it go up and hang a right to the east? >> that's what most storms do. most make their way up the coast and keep going. but a little bit of analogy, there's a bouncer at the front door. he's not letting that storm out. there's an area of high pressure along greenland that will block this storm and there's an area of low pressure off to the west that will pull it right back in. and that's why we're talking about you've got a blocking area of high pressure, area of low pressure that's going to grab it and bring it back in to the northeast. why is it such a big deal? because it's hitting the most populated area in the united states, nearly 60 million people could be affected by this storm. take a look and we'll show you what's happening over the next couple of days. tomorrow, no problem. 62 on sunday. things go downhill sunday afternoon, monday and tuesd
was interesting, carol simpson moderated the 1992 presidential debate, and that was when you saw bill clinton, george h.w. bush, ross perot, they were the candidates at the time, and she said the town hall style doesn't allow -- specifically she saiding for a female moderator to ask some of the tough questions because it really is just kind of passing the mike from person to person. what do you think of that, what her critique? >> i'm not sure what the -- actually i have carol's debate on a dvd in my office, and i was going from the most recent. i have seen charlie gibson, and -- this debate has -- once the table is kind of set by the town hall questioner, there is then time for me to say, hey, wait a second. what about x, y, z? you said this or you said that. you're sort of the -- they launch the discussion, and then the moderator furthers the discussions as you said this and now you say that. that kind of thing. we hope that kind of group effort can pin down both of these men on a variety of issues. >> and watching the last debate, candy, what do you take away with that in terms of how both
. it has been a 20 years since a wom moderate ad presidential debate? she was moderating carol simpson in 1992 moderated the town hall debate. carol simpson was i was lady with a mic. that is what i was there to do. kind of worst example of tokenism and doesn't give an example. by the way the whole reason candy crowley one of the reasons she was selected a group of high school girls in new jersey protested there hadn't been any presidential debate moderators in 20 years. megyn: they had to include women in some role. it will take an actual woman getting on the ticket for them to change this, perhaps. >> one on stage at least. megyn: one other question, should she go rogue? she did not agree to the rules. she will be the moderate tore, if you go too rogue and try to pin down a candidate to make him answer the question, maybe you don't get invited back. >> if they continue on the road they get on we'll not get another woman moderating a debate for 20 years anyway. how much trouble can candy crowley cost. she has a duty for women and role models and young girls out there not to be allowed
there. that white zone in western howard county, up into carol county, they are getting snow. temperatures around the region are just in the low 40s. as we get into tomorrow, thursday and >> and that's your latest weather. matt? >> all right, al. thanks very much. a long morning ahead. we'll be here to cover the aftermath of this storm from start to finish. more of the wrath of sandy, but first, this is "today" on nbc. anncr: seven-hundred-thousand jobs. that's what the plan george allen supports... would cost our economy. newspapers called it "economically destructive." like allen's votes to give tax breaks to companies... that ship jobs overseas, his economic plan would... help big corporations, devastating the middle class. allen even voted against tax breaks for small businesses. virginia can't afford to go back to george allen. the democratic senatorial campaign committee... is responsible for the content of this advertising. what mitt romney's tv ads say about women? or what mitt romney himself says? mitt romney: do i believe the supreme court... should overturn roe v.
not major storms yet. i'm talking about storms like hurricane carol, hurricane edna which were all greater storms as far as the category levels than sandy was, but this is part of a natural cycle. cheryl: this is a superstorm. the subway system, it's -- you know -- >> this is why the saffir-simpson scale is outdated. i have a scale that shows you the overall power of the storm, the pressure. what happens is, you may have less wind over a larger area, but it still pushes in. the pacific is cooling. the atlantic is warm. guess what? 1950s right up the coast. cheryl: joe has been living at fox business and fox news for the last 24 hours. thank you for all of your help. >> i appreciate it. cheryl: we really appreciated you helping us cover the hurricane. >> thank you. cheryl: coming up everybody, melissa francis and ashley webster will have a lot more on superstorm sandy and the path of destruction that's been left behind including this pennsylvania. pennsylvania governor, over a million people are without power in his state, he will be here. keep it here on fox business. bob... oh, hey alex.
for unicef's trick-or-treat campaign and carol stern is the president and ceo of the u.s. fund for unicef, and deana kay is the daughter of unicef's first goodwill ambassador danny kay. good to have you here. thanks for coming back. this is obviously something so meaningful to your father danny kay, who as we mentioned was the first goodwill ambassador for 25 years, and also a multi-performer on so many levels. what did it mean to him? >> you know, today, thanks to "today," we're launching a year long centennial celebration. it's not just about the artist who was successful on screen, on radio and television, but the centennial is really about his humanitarian efforts that meant the world to him. he would walk a mile for a kid, and as his daughter i'm just fiercely proud and inspired by his world outreach for children. it wasn't just figurative because he would go under their world instinctively and laugh and play and roll on the floor and rub noses, and so danny kay's legacy is an entertainer who had a responsibility but, he was my father, but he was the father to the world's children. >
that changes like the christmas carol predictions? joined by stuart varney, host of "varney & company" on the fox business network. >> good morninging, martha. martha: what you read this look into the way growth is now and unemployment right now what do you take away from their assessments? >> it is striking of their assessment of america today looks like europe over the past generation. very weak economic growth. high unemployment, above 8%. down super spending, we're not shopping very much or spending very much money. that is a striking parallel between america today and what europe looked like for the projections. this is based on a premise that fiscal cliff will go away. think there should be a another problem premise should be considered that is election result. there is possible much stronger economic growth next year if we put in place tax reform that is what the forecasts from the economists ignore. they're not counting in the possible results of election victory by republicans and mitt romney. martha: it appears incorporating status quo in terms of policy. one of the things t
are important. it isn't anybody's right to tell women what they can or can't do with their body. >> carol rents out most of her farmland and says she works harder than ever just to keep her head above water. >> do you have a sense of a campaign? >> on the phone. >> five women. one battleground state. both campaigns working for their votes in the final stretch. >> our miguel joining us now from waterford, wisconsin. miguel, i know some of the ladies say they're still undecided, but it really is hard to understand how anyone doesn't know at this juncture what they want to do. we're just talking about 18 days until election. they've heard all this campaigning and they still don't know? >> you know, they're not completely undecided. had he feel they know who they're going to vote for, but they have weak preference wrshz that's what everybody says in ohio and now in wisconsin. there are a lot of people out there who have just weak preferences. they're not sure. they like one candidate, but they can still be swayed towards the otherers, and that's what the campaigns are working so hard at right now,
economic. but social issues are important. >> reporter: carol rents out most of her farm land and says she works harder than ever to keep her head above water. d do you have a sense of the campaign right now? >> hot and heavy, on the phone, on the ground. >> reporter: working for their votes in the final stretch. >> and miguel marquez joins me live, maybe with cows behind you. looks like you're in some sort of farmhouse in racine. september unemployment numbers just out here in wisconsin, i can tell you, unemployment dropped to 7.3%. so that is an improvement over august. half a point better than the national jobless rate. that's at 7.8%. in talking to these people, in wisconsin, is that reflected overall maybe in improvement in jobs numbers, the mood? >> reporter: most people feel here that they are just keeping their heads above water. so they feel somewhat optimistic but afraid that things will either slide back or not making enough progress fast enough. that's the biggest concern. it is reflected in a couple of polls we had recently. marquette university poll that showed the race almos
will not and you have a. you can take it out caroling or trick or treating or+ walking the dog. when the power goes out and you want extrac13 you have great 360 degree illumination to see what you are doing. >>host: it is a real light. you are getting to love expect this to sellout in the earring.earlier this month bill was on with them and we went 5000 and they were gone. for trick or treating (...)we have this one family thats and they also do it and walk around. dog and night. how you would this be to have the dog and year-old fashion lantern? >>guest: + out with kids and a sporting event you can use this to walk back to the car.360 degrees of illumination. you can turn it down or up my producer is on and he just got on the computer to order the spile he is working.why? --to order this while he is working. >>host: he's doing it for trick or treaters. >>caller: a hint been waiting to welcome new yoiu i have been waiting to welcome you to each of sen. i was amazed to smaller than it i put my batteries andin and it does not tell you where the off is but the light that this gives you i did not k
the amount of the camera fines. >> right now speed camera tickets can be as much as $250. carol gray houston is live this morning with the details. some good news for motorists. >> reporter: hey good morning allison and good morning tony. truth be told the steep fines have become an irritant to d.c. motorists who feel they're more like revenue enhancers than safety features. take a look at the cameras down here if you can see them on 16th street near carter baron. they can sneak right up on you. the fines can range from $75 to $250. if you don't pay the ticket in 30 days those fines double. well the two d.c. council members mary share and tommy wells have been leading the charge to reduce the fines and wells plans to introduce legislation to the full council today aimed at making some changes. we are going to be going to the council to find out for you exactly how much those changes -- those fines would go down. the red light cameras would not be the ones to change. it would be the speeding cameras and councilman tommy wells is hoping the move will eliminate the concern or the suspicion that
moderator carole simpson. also congressman steve israel will be our guest. peter king is going to join us as well, jen psaki from the obama campaign will be joining us. also we'll tell you what secretary of state hillary clinton now says about the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. and about the cover-up accusations. we'll have a live report this morning from peru where secretary clinton is traveling. and tyra banks. she wants you to know your flaws are okay. zoraida and john, your flaws are okay. tyra has a mission to empower young women. she's been doing that for a long time. she's got a big event coming up. she's going to talk to us about it. she is so impressive in what she does with young women. i love her. >> all i heard was tyra banks. i don't know anything else you said. >> love, love, love. >> tyra banks. she's coming to join us this morning. >> thanks, soledad. >>> serious story now. more issues have been reported with drugs from a massachusetts compounding pharmacy linked to a deadly multistate outbreak of fungal meningitis. the food and drug administration now says two
or can't do with their body. >> reporter: carol heads up most of her farmland and says she works harder than ever just to keep her head above water. do you have any sense of the campaign at this point? >> oh, yes hot and heavy. in the mail. on the phone. >> reporter: five women, one battleground state. both campaigns in overdrive, working for their votes in the final stretch. now we shot this thing two days ago what you just saw. and the day that we shot this i want to introduce you to two new cows that linda and marsha, these are two bulls that one of their cows had. this one is named mitt. this one barack. neither linda or marsha would tell us who they're voting for. but they're equal opportunity dairy farmers. john? >> you're a natural. and you always have strapped on your big boy boots. so we're glad to have you. miguel will be with us again next tuesday on the ground in scott county, iowa. >> i can't wait to see that. today's best advice coming up right after this quick break. mike rowe here at a ford dealer with a little q&a for fiona. tell me fiona, who's having a big tire event?
money and take it from there. >> in summit, jim or just around -- >> cobble hill, carol gardens, downtown brooklyn. i got people lined up to rent my apartments. there's some construction in brooklyn but as mr. lafrak knows you can't build like you build in this area and it comes down to good school districts, good elementary, good middle school, it's where people want to go. >> great restaurants, cobble hill. >> people want to rent. >> jim you should be loaded for people listening to what you say you should have gobs of money which you do. if you don't, why should we listen to you? >> i've been lucky and made a lot of money. >> you've been very good, jim. >> you have been very good obviously. >> you didn't mention the inn he runs. >> my inn is filled, 17 people. i made really good rashers and poached eggs and fresh coffee for 17 people. i bring it to them by their table, take their orders. it's what i'm good at. i'm not good at lifting the bags. is the bag heavy, you take it. i've never gotten a tip, it's been two years. >> i don't know about this? >> it's on springfield avenue,
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